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Thursday, 31 May 2012 08:33

Battlefield Premium details confirmed

Written by David Stellmack



A necessary answer to Call of Duty Elite


As we told you previously, Electronic Arts and DICE are set to roll out Battlefield Premium, which is the company’s answer to Activision’s Call of Duty Elite. EA will be cranking up the service on June 4th for about $50, which is said to be a one-time fee. (We suspect that they really mean one time per Battlefield game!)

Features are said to include access to the upcoming expansion and map packs for Battlefield 4, as well as early access to unreleased map packs. Premium users are also supposed to get priority in server queues over those that are not Battlefield Premium subscribers.

The subscription will include a number of other features that should appeal to Battlefield fans.

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